We’re proud to partner with Mediaplanet on the recently published Family Wellness campaign, out today!
Spending time outdoors in presence of clean and fresh air might then be safer and more beneficial to health than spending time indoors. Now, the reflection above leads us to ask ourselves what benefits a clean fresh air brings to our body health.
"Particles are present in the air we breathe, and it is our responsibility not only to monitor the quality of this air, but also to improve it. Responsible actions will promote good health and will reduce negative effects of the polluted air in our body, which will contribute to the improvement of our life expectancy."
The quality of the air we breathe is a function of the particles in presence, therefore it is important not only to monitor the quality of the air, but also to decrease the exposition to air pollutants in our direct environment.
Could air quality cause students to have trouble concentrating? Create a hormone imbalance? Might it affect everyone and not just the young, old, or sick among us? Scientists are learning that air pollution poses serious risks to everyone. And you may not even know it! Bad air quality doesn’t have to mean horrific fumes, bad smells or pollution you can see.